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Julie Tamamait-Stenslie, a Chumash elder and tribal chairwoman of the Barbareno Ventureno Band of Mission Indians, holds a necklace made of seeds Saturday, June 24, at the Feather, Flippers and Fur Picnic. Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media
Zuma Valley Foods President Julie Labin hands out a sample of her vegan coconut ceviche to Jeff Swimmer during the Feathers, Flippers and Fur picnic June 24.
Malibu locals (left to right) Marla Boudreau, Asheley Ferbas and Marina Boudreu pose for photo in the Wildlife Warrior shirts during the Feathers, Flippers and Fur picnic June 24.
Indie rock band Jordan Hook and the Projectionists perform during the picnic.
Barbara Burke, Freelance Reporter
9:17 am PDT June 27, 2017
Bedecked in stunningly beautiful indigenous regalia, Julie Tumamait-Stenslie, tribal elder of the Barbareno Ventureno Band of Mission Indians, opened the inaugural Feathers, Flippers and Fur Picnic at Malibu Bluffs Park to benefit the California Wildlife Center on Saturday, June 24, with a song.